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CareerJoy Conversations -Canada's Career Coaching: Episodes

Adria Vasil Now Magazine columnist and best selling author of Ecoholic. &nbsp; Alan interviews her on the different ways that you can green your career and your company.&nbsp; Sit back relax and learn!<br />
This week's podcast - George Butterfield - Lawyer &amp; Rhodes Scholar. He is the founder of Canada's leading walking &amp; biking touring company Butterfield &amp; Robinson. George started his career in the typical way choosing to work for a large organization however, he quickly realized that his personality ...
This weeks Podcast is with a Herman and Candy Zapp. They are a remarkably normal couple, who spent 3 years and 9 months of their lives driving 43,000 miles from Argentina to Alaska in a 1928 Graham-Paige Model 610 Touring car with the top speed of 60 kmh. They have written a best selling book about ...
This week’s Podcast is with Keith Ferrazzi the international best selling author of Never Eat Alone. Forbes and Inc. magazines calls Keith one of the world's most "connected" individuals. Today, the company he founded, Ferrazzi Greenlight provides fortune 500 companies teaches what the top 1% of ...
Do you have a big goal in your life such as loose weight, become a CEO or put clean water in every village in Africa? This week's Podcast is with author Alan Corey who has written a best selling book " A million bucks by 30" Beware, this is not a get rich quick book, nor do you have to buy his CD set ...
This week’s podcast is with New York Times best selling author Larry Winget.&nbsp; He has a new book out in paperback called &quot;It’s called work for a reason; your success is your own damn fault&quot;&nbsp; I will preface my interview with the reality that for&nbsp; some of you Larry’s style ...
In 2006 Canadian’s Colin &amp; Julie Angus won the Adventurer of the Year award from National Geographic Society for completing the first human powered circumnavigation of the planet. Julie is the first woman to row 10,000 km unsupported across the Atlantic from mainland to mainland.&nbsp; Colin also ...
Growing companies are in constant need of finding the right people for their team. This week's podcast is with Tova White, Exectutive VP of<br />Human Resources at Chapters/Indigo.&nbsp; I have been in a number of their stores over the years adding to my book collection.&nbsp; I am constantly impressed ...
This weeks Podcast is with Michael Ungar, an international expert in resilience and risk, the author of Too Safe for Their Own Good and Professor at the School of Social Work, at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. Risk is very much a part of our lives, he shares his latest global research on 3 keys ...
Lynn Johnston's comic strip &quot;For Better or for Worse&quot; is in 2300 newspapers and translated into 8 languages.&nbsp; She is Canada's most successful cartoonist, she shares 5 keys to creating a better than worse career.&nbsp; Sit back, relax and learn.<br />
Procrastination is something that we deal with in our professional and personal lives.&nbsp; This week's podcast is with Dr. Tim Pychyl who is the graduate chair of Psychology at Carleton University and Director of the Procrastination Group.&nbsp; He shares 2 keys to helping you stop procrastinating.&nbsp; ...
Do you feel stuck in your career?&nbsp; Why not freedom 35?&nbsp; This week I interview Timothy Ferriss his book, The 4 Hour Work Week has been a huge success in many countries. He shares his insight about how to define your own career path, and live a balanced and successful life.&nbsp; Why wait till ...
This weeks podcast is with Mitch Joel, he is the founder of Twist Image a Canadian leader in online marketing. He shares the principles that great brands such as Starbucks use, to create sustainable success. You can apply these in your own career to make better choices, and rise above the competition ...
Why is it some people seem to have a great career, and others that may be even more educated or smarter seem to struggle? This week’s podcast is with best selling author and executive recruiter, Jim Citrin.&nbsp; Jim has recruited the CEO's for Yahoo!, Motorola and The Gap. The Dynamic Path is his ...
This weeks Podcast is with University of Alberta Professor Jonathan Schaeffer, a world expert in gaming software. Gaming and careers have much in common. How often have you heard this statement in work? &quot;You need to learn how to play the game&quot;. Both require knowledge, skills, decisions and ...
This weeks podcast is with Gad Shaanan. He is one of Canada's most
successful industrial designers. His firm just won the equivalent of an
Oscar within his field - a best of 2007 I.D. award for packaging with
his work on the new WD-40 can. The big questions we all have, how do we
identify our next opportunity? ...
It has been almost 35 years since we heard the famous words by Foster Hewitt,&nbsp; &quot;Henderson has scored for Canada!&quot; On Sept 28, 1972 Paul Henderson scored the goal of the century - the winning goal of the 1972 Summit Series between Canada and the Soviet Union. Paul shares his journey to ...
This weeks podcast is with John Wright Sr V.P. Ipsos-Reid, and author of What Canadians Think About Almost Everything. He shares his insights into the distinctly Canadian view of work. John works with companies such as McDonalds, Coca-Cola and Wal-Mart helping them to understand Canadians needs and wants. ...
This weeks Podcast is with Andrew Stewart. Despite a Masters of Law from Cambridge and a successful law career at two firms in Vancouver, Andrew didn't love the law. He was stressed out and anxious and felt that he wasn't living up to his own standards. He shares his journey towards joining the the Canadian ...
This weeks conversation, is with Debbie Trenholm, founder of <a href="http://www.thesavvygrapes.com/">The Savvy Grapes</a>. Her story is profiled in my book <a href="http://www.careerjoy.com/index.php?q=about/the-right-job">Get the Right Job Right Now!</a><br />She shares, how she made the move from ...
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